ENTRIES TAGGED "TOC 11"
Flipboard's focus is on the content. Sources and platforms take a backseat.
One of Flipboard's goals is to bring quality content to readers without focusing on the content's source or original platform.
The book of the future requires collaboration, so let's start the change before we have to.
During lunch at TOC last week, we had a roundtable discussion that centered on the future of the book. The conversation touched on many different areas as you would expect: from distribution and inventory, to pricing and formats, to audience ownership and engagement.
Practical solutions for thriving in a mostly free, all-digital era.
As publishers wonder how to make money when everything digital seems to be heading for a zero-price point, Kevin Kelly offers some practical advice.
Workshops on publishing standards and HTML5 caught the attention of TOC attendees.
TOC recap: Publishers were very interested in the HTML5 workshop, and the publishing standards took a broad stroke look at the changing scene, including accessibility issues.
Bethanne Patrick on how digital is shaping the reading experience and where ereaders come up short.
There are all sorts of statistics and tech reviews related to digital publishing, but what do readers think? Bethanne Patrick, book critic and owner of Book Maven Media, brings us up to speed on how consumers are responding to the digital shift.
Flipboard and other apps aggregate content in a user-friendly style. But are publishers on board?
Gathering a flurry of news content into one neat and orderly place is nothing new, but recent app releases and new announcements show developers are embracing the user-specific demands of the consumer. Whether publishers go along with these apps is another matter.